This post is found on redstate.com
Posted by chieftain
Many of the missing 14 Wisconsin Democrat State Senators have made the following oath multiple times, not only for their Senate seats, but also for various governmental commissions and boards. Wisconsin Constitution Article IV states:
Oath of office. SECTION 28. Members of the legislature, and all officers, executive and judicial, except such inferior officers as may be by law exempted, shall before they enter upon the duties of their respective offices, take and subscribe an oath or affirmation to support the constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Wisconsin, and faithfully to discharge the duties of their respective offices to the best of their ability. [Emphasis added].
Each WI Senator should be asked, “How do you justify violating your oath to “… faithfully discharge the duties of [your] office?” and followed up with questions such as:
“How should Wisconsin citizens respond to your unfaithfulness to your Constitutional oath?”
“What does it mean for our representative form of government that your entire party’s elected Senators made such an oath and then abandoned their legislative duties?”
Since Wisconsin Senate Democrats have fled the state to prevent the chamber from acting on the bill, one group of every day citizens has an answer for their 12th District Represenative Jim Holperin dereliction of duty, they are circulating petitions to recall him. They launced a web site called http://recalljim.com to allow citizens of Wisconsins 12th District to join in doing so.
Police officers are looking for Democratic Wisconsin lawmakers who were ordered to attend a vote on a bill that would strip public employees of collective bargaining rights.
No Democrats showed up for Thursday’s Senate session, meaning a vote cannot be taken. Republicans need one Democratic senator to be present. Calls to Democratic leaders were not immediately returned.
Republicans are pushing the anti-union bill proposed by GOP Gov. Scott Walker. Thousands of people clogged the halls of the Statehouse for a third straight day in opposition.